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MIP CHINA: Chinese Majors Are Seeking Coproduction Partners. Hangzhou, May 23-25

...215 million of China’s 427 million TV Homes are Multichannel homes. Intel China Intel China’s marketing department is responsible for managing Intel China’s content sponsorship deals for programming in China. They have supported a number of large scale format programs on Hunan TV and other Chinese platforms. They are particularly interested in content that highlights innovation in technology and other areas. Mindshare One of the bigge...

Index of Articles

...anuary 16, 2012 Memo to Reality Talent Hopefuls: No BINGO! from Networks / China Doc Boom? January 10, 2012 China Rips Reality TV. Docs on the Rise! / History Conference: Great Access & Savings January 3, 2012 2011 Social Television Summits: Five Takeaways for Factual / Great Access to Commissioners at History Makers Summit, NYC December 28, 2011 The Big Trends in Home Entertainment. What Does It Mean for Docs? / Great Discount at History Conf...


China’s Doc Boom: Beijing Rejects Reality TV in Favor of Classic Documentaries. What’s the Deal?

.... Challenges There are very important structural issues to be resolved for China’s Western partners. Contracts are vaguely enforceable in China, and many Western distributors point to the lack of transparency at CCTV, citing the lack of a rate card, a standard contract and a standardization of deal terms. License fees for acquisitions are mainly in the low four figures in US dollars, which doesn’t match the media value of the programs. Corporate s...

China Trends: 850 Million New Middle Class Video Consumers. Broadcasters Edge Back to Copro’s. SVOD Boom

...tural History New Zealand’s CEO Kyle Murdoch about the key trends in China. Kyle has deep experience in China, including coproducing with CCTV9 the PBS summer hit Big Pacific Here are Kyle’s Takeaways: Increasing demand for content by SVOD players, and increasing competition between them. The viewing trend of China’s Free To Air and satellite channel audiences is “older and fewer.” It’s the same as in the rest o...

China at MIPTV: Profile Shrinks, But Size Tells Another Story. Greenlight Back On

...p with CCTV+. We have seen growing demand for news footage about events in China as well as an interest in understanding China’s perspective on international events. This agreement will help to satisfy that demand from our clients around the world. We recently opened a new sales office in Singapore and so having access to this collection will further enhance the service we can provide to producers in the region.” As part of ITN Source’s ongoing di...

China Rips Reality TV. Docs on the Rise! / History Conference: Great Access & Savings

...es. And I later helped a handful of U.S. clients to plan media ventures in China. Around that time, I ran workshops on Factual TV for Beijing TV execs and producers. Back then, China’s Factual production infrastructure and talent were rudimentary, though the industry was taking baby steps. Here They Come! My Eureka! moment for the growing power of China’s doc sector was at last year’s excellent Sunnyside of the Doc Conference in La Rochelle. A gro...

China’s Communist Party Bans DocumentaryTelevision.com. More ASD/Chengdu Takeaways

...her foreign-owned channel brands are also locked outside the firewall.) No China Ba shing! I’m not a China basher. Communist Party rule brought hundreds of millions out of poverty in a few decades. That’s a tremendous achievement! Source: “American Conservative“ I’d barely heard of Chengdu before Asian Side of the Doc, but found myself in a city of 14 million, staying in a high-rise business district that feels like an aspiring Park Av...